Elements Of A Nordic Office

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While everyone has different elements in which they work best in, many argue that open, bright and uncluttered spaces prove most effective for a creative and energizing work environment. These elements happen to fall under Nordic design components (the secret behind why Nordic countries are leading the way in design and creativity?) and are nothing short of simplicity packing a punch. 

Some things to keep in mind when creating a Nordic office space:

Minimalist setup. Think clean, crisp lines. White walls and open space. 

Natural light. Leave any windows bare, as to allow for as much natural light to flow in while your work. 

Good overhead lighting. No matter what your job requires of you, good lighting is key. This allows you to play around with functional design pieces such as tall lamps or hanging pendant lights. Your tired eyes will thank you. 

A large work table. Add more organizational space and (depending on your neatness) less clutter. A large work table allows you to spread and collect ideas away from your screen. 

Add a mood board. A great way to add colour to the wall and reference current projects. 

Nude colours with wood accents. Nude coloured walls and furniture further open up a space. Adding wooden accents warms up a space for an inviting feel.  

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